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New products offer more options for manure handling

What’s New From the Shows: These products make short work of manure management chores.

By Farm Progress staff

No matter what kind of manure you handle and haul, how you manage it or where you spread it, there is likely a new product unveiled at recent farm shows that could find a fit on your farm. Companies dedicated to livestock agriculture continue to look for ways to innovate and introduce either new or updated products to make chores such as manure handling and hauling more efficient.

If you’re hauling solid manure, the VB235 manure spreader is a new addition to the Meyer’s lineup. It still features the Twin Twister vertical beaters in the rear and can handle just about any kind of solid manure. It’s a machine that can help you treat manure like a resource and not just a leftover byproduct that you must get rid of.

Meanwhile, Nuhn Industries continues to innovate in the manure handling industry, this time introducing an injector for manure. It represents another product with the ability to make manure application more environmentally friendly while increasing the benefit of manure as a resource at the same time. Injection gets manure under the surface of the soil, typically reducing odor issues and potential loss of nutrients due to runoff.

Jamesway Farm Equipment launches an updated version of its liquid manure tanker. This model is designed for maximum traction in the field, increasing its usefulness in your manure hauling lineup.

Check out all these products and more related to manure handling and hauling that were introduced recently.

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